Psychiatry Care Live

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  • Michael R. Clark, MD, MBA, MPH

    Michael R. Clark, MD, MBA, MPH

    Michael R. Clark, MD, MBA, MPH

    Vice Chair, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

    Michael R. Clark, MD, MPH, MBA, is the Director of the Adolf Meyer Chronic Pain Treatment Programs in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine and has joint appointments in the Departments of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery in the School of Medicine and of Mental Hygiene in the Bloomberg School of Hygiene and Public Health. Dr. Clark specializes in the care of patients with chronic medical illnesses. He is a member of the Blaustein Pain Treatment Center and the Vestibular & Balance Disorders Center at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. These interdisciplinary efforts deliver comprehensive medical care to patients with disabling conditions that are refractory to diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Clark currently devotes his research work to psychiatric phenomenology of sensory abnormalities such as chronic dizziness and pain, including studies on neuropathic pain. He serves on the National Institutes of Health Division of Research Grants Risk Prevention and Health Behavior Study Section.
  • Glenn Treisman, MD, PhD

    Glenn Treisman, MD, PhD

    Glenn Treisman, MD, PhD

    Eugene Meyer III Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine

    Glenn Jordan Treisman, MD, is the Director of the AIDS Psychiatry Program and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences as well as Professor of Internal Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His expertise includes the following specialties: addiction psychiatry services; AIDS psychiatry; chronic pain; geriatric psychiatry; pharmacology; and psychiatry. Noteworthy publications and presentations by Dr. Treisman include Psychiatric Issues in the Management of Patients with HIV Infection; Neurologic and Psychiatric Complications of Antiretroviral Agents; Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders in Patients Infected with HIV; Mu Opioid Receptor Upregulation Induced by Antidepressant Treatment; and Mania Early and Late in the Course of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection.
  • Jennifer Payne, MD

    Jennifer Payne, MD

    Jennifer Payne, MD

    Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

    Dr. Jennifer L. Payne, M.D. joined the Johns Hopkins faculty as an Assistant Professor in 2003 and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2011. Dr. Payne received her B.S. in biology at Davidson College in Davidson, NC and her M.D. from Washington University Medical School in St. Louis, MO. During medical school she was the recipient of the prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship and spent a year at the NIH performing basic laboratory research. She completed her residency in psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins Hospital where she served as chief resident during her last year. Dr. Payne then completed a fellowship in mood disorders through the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at the NIMH. Since her return to Hopkins, Dr. Payne has developed two programs both aimed at understanding the pathophysiology underlying mood disorders and leading to improved treatments and outcomes for patients with mood disorders. Dr. Payne is the Director of the Women’s Mood Disorders Center and, in addition to providing outstanding clinical care for women with mood disorders, conducts research into the genetic, biological, and environmental factors involved in postpartum depression. Dr. Payne also directs the Mood Disorders Clinical Trials group with the goal of developing novel therapeutic treatments for depression and bipolar disorder. She has been awarded a number of honors including the Passano Physician-Scientist Award, the NARSAD Young Investigator Award and has been named a Distinguished Fellow by the American Psychiatric Association.
  • Russell Margolis, MD

    Russell Margolis, MD

    Russell Margolis, MD

    Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

    Dr. Margolis is currently director of the Schizophrenia Program and the Laboratory of Genetic Neurobiology and the Neurogenetics Testing Laboratory at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and is a faculty member of the Program of Cellular and Molecular Medicine. His research focus is on the psychiatric, genetic, and pathogenic aspects of neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders, with a particular emphasis on diseases affecting the cerebellum and the basal ganglia. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Biology, received his M.D. degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and completed a residency in psychiatry at Johns Hopkins. After a fellowship emphasizing neuroplasticity and pharmacology at the National Institute for Mental Health under the mentorship of Drs. Robert Post and De-Maw Chuang, he returned to Johns Hopkins as a faculty member of the Division of Neurobiology in the Department of Psychiatry where he is currently a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.